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Barton Willmore 4m
Grt to hear 's Polly Neate speak today, reinforcing that land reform and CPO reform is really urgent and that affordable housing is impossible without affordable land; all of which is covered in their Social Housing Vision . 1/2
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Barton Willmore 1m
We will be delving deeper on their Vision in the next edition of our Update magazine; unpicking the detail of these recommendations 2/2
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Housing Feb 12
Read ’s new report on the future of social housing, an important piece of work that lays out a bold, compelling vision for the future. We must act now.
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Shelter Feb 18
Replying to @onesmallthing_
Thank you so much for sharing this.
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Alan Finnerty 20h
Less than 4000 builds, below your own inadequate targets. Stop privatising tax payers money and BUILD social & affordable housing on public land.
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Shelter Feb 15
Replying to @Shelter
‘It’s not fair to expect people and their children to hop about from home to home finding deposits moving costs and agent fees each time.’
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Sam Stirling Feb 14
“The best prospects for policymakers targeting future increases in national wellbeing lie in raising job quality, raising incomes, particularly at the lower end, and policies to improve security in the housing market.” gives 1 out of 3
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Shelter Feb 15
Replying to @Shelter
Read more about Lucie’s story and why the answer is to :
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Shelter 6h
To truly solve our housing crisis, we must build a whole raft of homes that are affordable to a whole lot more people. That means . blogs on :
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Polly Neate 8h
This conference today will be fascinating. There will be no affordable housing - and will be impossible - without affordable land. Excited to join a great panel of speakers on land reform and its benefits
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Polly Neate Feb 20
Ahead of ⁦⁩ conference in Brighton 6-7 March, I wrote this blog on the urgent case for a major social housebuilding programme
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Shelter Feb 20
We're looking at a national emergency. The Government must ensure housing benefit can cover rents, and ramp up efforts to . Our response in the to the brutal cost of having to sleep on the streets:
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emptyhomes Feb 19
And 216,186 longterm plus 246,000 short-term empties and 252,000 second homes. We need to instead of selling more than we build each year and bring empty homes into use for those in housing need in every locality across its time for action
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Need2Know..Sammy G Feb 18
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AWJN Feb 16
Social housebuilding is at a 70-year low, while the housing crisis is getting steadily worse. We must act now. I’ve signed ’s petition to demand the government we so desperately need. Join me!
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Shelter Feb 15
Replying to @Shelter
The cost of all this moving has been high, both financially and in terms of disruption for her and her children.
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Shelter Feb 15
Moving to a new house is one of the most stressful things a family can do. Lucie and her family have had to move seven times in the last 11 years.
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Shelter Feb 14
Roses are red, violets are blue, We’re demanding the government , and you can too! Put social housing at the HEART of the solution this >> <<
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Shelter Feb 13
Replying to @Shelter
Social housing provides the stability of a permanent home, and the chance for millions of families to lead lives where their children are safe and happy. Demand the government build social housing 👇
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emptyhomes Feb 13
Govt invests billions in by May 2018 158,883 properties had been purchased with equity loans. From 2013-18 total value of loans was £8.3bn, total value of property bought £39.3bn. Time to , support and bring into use
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